Periscope Re-Launch! – DrZhana

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Periscope Re-Launch!

As you may remember, for about ten months (until April of this year) I was doing daily sex education using the live streaming platform Periscope. As much as I loved it, I realized that scoping every day, sometimes multiple times a day, was not sustainable long term. However, I am happy to announce that the show is now officially back!

This time as a weekly show, every Tuesday 11am-1pm EST.

You can watch my first time back, last week here!

From tomorrow on, we’ll do the show in a bit of a more organized manner. The new Dr. Zhana’s Legit Sex Science Show will include (more or less):

  • New sex science roundup: the 3 most fun sex studies published the week before (you can also see them on my Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook page)
  • A LELO product highlight (sponsored): Each week, I’ll be talking about one toy made by this high-quality Swedish sex toys manufacturer, and all the awesome ways it can give you pleasure! And once a month, we’ll do a giveaway of one toy! Check out and get your toys 20% off with my discount code: DRZHANA.
  • 2-3 pre-set questions from you, my audience: Instead of constantly answering the same 5 top questions that always come up, email/tweet/FB message me with another question, even if more complex, that I can research and give you a more comprehensive answer. So hit me up!
  • Dr. Zhana’s Educator Picks Store product highlight. Did you know I have all my favorite sex toys and supplies compiled together on a Pleasure Chest-hosted product store? Well, I do! And each week, I’ll highlight one of those products. Feel free to check them all out on our store, including our very own Adventure Kit.
  • Periscope/FB live audience Q&A. Of course, we’re gonna have to leave some time for all the “does size matter,” “is squirting pee,” and “how much masturbating/porn is too much” questions 😉

Follow @DrZhana on Periscope. I will also doing FaceBook Live at the same time through my personal page, so you can follow and watch me on there, too.

See you in my virtual classroom 😉


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